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Animal rescue society 
plans to offer day camps

A class of young entomologists (bug enthusiasts)in the new Bug Lab at Urban Safari Rescue Society. - Contributed
A class of young entomologists (bug enthusiasts)in the new Bug Lab at Urban Safari Rescue Society.
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Urban Safari Rescue Society has announced it’s offering a ‘Strike Camp’ with activities for children ages 6 to 12 in the event the school labour dispute continues past Tuesday, Sept. 2.

The camp starts Monday, Sept. 8 and continues to Friday, Sept. 12, running from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. a day. The cost is $40/day, not including tax. Activities include animal adventures, learning about animals – including which lizard can like its own eyeballs to tracking the different stages of tadpoles to frogs – crafts, games, making hand painted T-shirts and more, including rat races and tortoise races (weather permitting).

Call Sharon at 604-531-1100 for more information and to register, or email info@urbansafari.ca.

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